Mark Newman began his career as a furniture maker’s apprentice after studying art at the University of Redlands. He designed and built pipe organs, pianos, and even wood body replicas of vintage trolley cars.

Today he uses his experience as a furniture maker and architectural woodworker to design and build unique, modern pieces that look good in any space.

The Sylvia Bed

This bed includes shelving, drawer storage space under the bed, and bedside tables all in one. It’s a piece that would look beautiful in any bedroom, and the perfect place to get some rest.

The Elizabeth Bed

Contemporary and simple, this aesthetic bed includes under bed storage and a bedside table. Easily customizable to fit your needs.

The Elizabeth Bureau

Technology and art… the drawer box has wood on wood drawer guides that pull asymmetrically from the front corner without binding.

You feel the quality each time you open it.

The Pinwheel Table

This table, shown here in oak with a white finish, was a result of a design collaboration between Mark Newman and architect Jeff Lamb.  It is based on the pinwheel motif (a term first applied to architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright).

As you scroll through the photos you will see what started as a coffee table… but we ended up calling it the wine table because the black cube unfolds to reveal your favorite vino and just the right amount of stemware for a romantic gathering.

The Desk

Made out of oak, walnut, and ebony, this piece was originally designed for a writer who wanted an inspiring place to work.​